Dr. Dipin Mathur
Dipin Mathur is an Associate Professor and Coordinator for the Masters in Business Administration program at Advent Institute of Management Studies, Udaipur (India). He also serves as Principal (Officiating). He holds a Ph.D. degree in Commerce, Masters in Business Administration with specialization in Human Resources and a Masters in Commerce. He teaches courses on General Management, Human Resource Management & Training and Development. He researches in areas of training needs assessment, organisational behaviour, etc. He has conducted several management development programs and training sessions. He holds a lifetime membership to Indian Society for Training and Development
Dr. Disha Mathur
Disha Mathur works as an Assistant Professor in the School of Management of Sir Padampat Singhania University, Udaipur (India). She received her Doctoral degree in the area of Advertising Management and a Masters degree in Business Administration with Marketing as specialisation. She is UGC-NET qualified and teaches courses on Marketing, Consumer Behaviour and Advertising. Her research interests include branding issues, emerging trends in applications of advertising and consumer behaviour research. She is the life time member of Indian Society for Training and Development
In all activities men and resources are involved. For a long time men or workers were taken for granted. Greater accent was given to resources, production machinery and top managers. But at present in the modern large scale production of innumerable products with a wide market, (where sky is the limit) in the last few decades the importance of human resources and their development has come to the fore. The importance of human resources to any organization need not be overemphasized. Human resource is the wealth of a nation and an organization. The development process is wide and varied. In this lesson, let us understand the importance and concept of Human Resources Management (HRM).